Are We Living In An eLearning Revolution? - ELearning Industry

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Source: elearningindustry.com

Are we witnessing a revolution in online learning (eLearning) ?,

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Cronus and KAIRÓS - Magazine INED21

Time is the framework of each individual life. Chronos and Kairos: time in education.

Source: ined21.com

To complement the previous post by the same author, recommended reading about the meaning of time in the personal life of each one of us (in the field of education ka or outside) ...

"Time is the framework in real life ...

The rush of my fellow Oscar memory progress of my students and I harbor expectations that are related to time, a gift that has been given us to live. However, as the word time in Spanish language has many meanings, I would imitate the ancient Greeks and distinguish, like them, from three variables: Chronos, Aion and Kairos.

Cronos is the external time and whose measure is uniform motion of the stars. It is the sand falling in the hourglass, ticking that continues. Cronos passes and does not return, measured and lost. Aion is the duration of life, unknowable force. Kairos is a little god able to link to the previous two because it is, the more real this time. In the literal translation of the Greek, Kairos is the opportunity.

Every human being has a time ahead of itself and a time inside, why Nietzsche could say: "In a happy moment is the justification of all past and future." 1 That moment of Kairos shapes us as a particular person, always the same but never equal. "

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SCHOOL OF OPPORTUNITY - Magazine INED21

MANIFESTO OF THE SCHOOL OF OPPORTUNITY

Source: ined21.com

Excellent and authentic reflection of the author.

We must understand and be aware of the true dimension of time, he says, which the Greeks called Kairos: this opportunity, at every moment.

And hence the generation of meaning and value accumulated during his experience as a teacher, proposes as a persuasive narrative, the 'Manifesto of the school of opportunity'.

My thanks and public to the author, whom I have the pleasure of meeting greeting.

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AWAKENING: pineal gland Symbolism / FUNCTION

But do not think rationally understand or influence. And we'd all be on the 5D if so. All that is not experienced emotionally, has no effect.

Awakening involves feeling the pineal gland, predominantly, who are the writers of the argument.

Source: biotmr.com

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Spain, sets record with 29 Pencil Winners in the D & AD

This 2015 we celebrate the high level of Spanish creativity in the D & AD Pencil 29 Winners (Winners pencils).

Source: graffica.info

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CreativeCommons-Infographic

A good summary / overview of CC licenses and use for photos.

Source: rack.2.mshcdn.com

Excellent graphics that shows a clear and didactic way: What's this about Creative Commons licenses, why and how to use them. Culture of sharing and reciprocity.

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The World Is More Complex Than It Used to Be

It's not you - the world has Become more complex. Consider 1980. There was no such thing as a personal computer. The Internet and broadband connections to it Were more than a decade away. You used film to take pictures, got them developed in a photo shop, and mailed copies to relatives if you wanted [...]

Source: hbr.org

Not everyone has the same level of perception of the current "complexity gap" though ...

"Complex systems are unforgiving places for companies, and people, WHO move slowly"

Recommended reading.

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Teacher's Guide to Digital Citizenship | Edudemic

While many Americans are scared, confused or overwhelmed by the Internet and the technology evolving around them, They Can not Imagine Their Lives without it. This survey shows people Recognize the Importance of Improving Their software skills and staying safe on the web, and are motivated to master new skills and make Themselves more digitally literate.

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However, They are discouraged by time and cost restrictions, Not Knowing where to turn for help and feeling too embarrassed to admit inadequacies-even though They Know These skills help Could Improve Their Lives.

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Learn more:

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- https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2012/10/11/learning-basics-of-cyber-security-by-easy-to-follow-steps/

- https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2012/11/29/cyber-hygiene-ict-hygiene-for-population-education-and-business/

Source: www.edudemic.com

Digital citizenship and online behavior ... great visual synthesis

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Digital Literacy in America

Source: www.rasmussen.edu

DIGITAL a must ... Language and Culture, seize opportunities and avoid risks (learning / teaching digital citizenship culture).

Interesting infographic.

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The Science Behind How We Learn New Skills

Learning new skills is one of the best ways to make yourself Both marketable and happy, but whos doing so is not as easy as it sounds. The science behind how we learn is the foundation for teaching yourself new skills. Here's what we know about Learning a new skill.

Source: lifehacker.com

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